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Medical Assistant

 
 Medical Assistant Classes
 

Medical Assistant Certification - Front & Back Office - Revised, Fast Track Program!

Medical Assistants greet patients in medical offices or other medical settings where they help doctors with examinations and treatments. They run routine lab tests such as urinalysis and take vital signs and run EKGs. They may give injections or perform ‘finger sticks’ to draw small amounts of blood if they are properly trained. Assistants may instruct patients about medication and self-treatment. High School Diploma or GED required. All students must pass an English and Math proficiency test. To receive program certification students must complete all classes within a 2-year time frame.

All courses offer a full range of opportunities in preparation for the CCMA or RMA exam.

FREE Required Information Session for students considering enrolling!  Financial Assistance Available! 

For questions please call 714-842-4227 or email Alan Bell, Program Coordinator at abell@hbas.edu

Classes are located at our Main campus: 17231 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

In addition, Medical Assisting Study Lab is offered for practice and reinforcement.

 

 

Program Requirements:

  • FREE Information Session
  • FREE Orientation Session
  • Career Readiness
  • Start in Medical Terminology!
    Students must start their training in Medical Terminology A or B (in no particular order) or be enrolled concurrently with another course within the program.
    Students are required to purchase scrubs.
    Scrub cost: approximately $26 per set.
  • Administrative Medical Office Assistant (Front Office) Module A & B
  • Clinical Medical Office Assistant (Back Office) Module A & B
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Windows 10 File Management
  • Beginning Word
  • Keyboarding Certification (40 wpm minimum)
  • BLS - Instructor Led Adult, Child, & Infant CPR with Heartsaver First Aid
 
Elective:
Externship
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all required coursework, pass CCMA exam and instructor recommendation.
Students must purchase malpractice insurance $20.